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    Steve Earle-"Transcendental Blues" settling in the more I listen to it.
    Diana Krall-"All for you" next up.

    Dave

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    The Flaming Lips - Soft Bulletin. Picked it up today and I'm very impressed. HDCD to boot. :)
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    Little Feat - Down on the Farm
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    Todd Rundgren - Liars

    Todd's still doing the techno thing. However, this one is better than most of his recent efforts.
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    The new 2 disc expanded edition of Santana's first album..
    the best lineup in the band's history

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    Mark Knopfler - soundtrack to the movie "Local Hero"

    Great music to a great film.

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    Classical morning with Handel's "WasserMusik" and Barber's "Adagio for Strings" (one of the most heart breaking pieces ever)...

    Picked up the pace (considerably) with The J. Geils Band "Flashback: Best of.."... has there ever been a better Party Band?

    Just finished Banana Blender Surprise's "Live at the Black Cat"... on top of everyone's play list no doubt...

    Next up, Hendrix "Electric LadyLand"...
    More later,
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    Went all female today up to noon...

    Jewel - "Pieces of You" (good)

    Joan Osborne - "Relish" (better)

    Sinead O'Connor - "Universal Mother" (best)

    Now spinning:
    Offspring - "SMASH"
    Impulse since it was flanked by the last two girls... Been a long time... Both worse and better than I remembered...
    "You gotta keep 'em separated"
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    A big thanks to Shack for

    Robinella @ the CC Stringband---

    Marie Laveaux/Dress Me Up, Dress me Down and Solitude tracks have been getting a workout.:)
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    John Mayall - Stories
    Jackson Browne - Late for the Sky
    Alana Davis - Fortune Cookies
    Alligator Records - 25th Anniversary Collection
    Rossevelt Sykes - Dirty Double Mother (vinyl)
    Papa John Creach - Filthy Funky (vinyl)
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    Mark Knopfler - Shangri-La

    I've had this one for a couple of weeks. Time to take the shrink wrap off and give it a spin.
    Originally posted by reeltrouble1
    A big thanks to Shack for

    Robinella @ the CC Stringband---

    Marie Laveaux/Dress Me Up, Dress me Down and Solitude tracks have been getting a workout.:)
    You're welcome. Her voice and accent sort of grows on you. I always like to promote local talent when I can.
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    Some brand new to me Larry Coryell "Spaces Revisited" that a little bird dropped on my doorstep yesterday...

    Very favorable 1st impression...
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    Miles Davis - Kind of Blue. :D
    Make it Funky! :)

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    Nirvana - Nevermind
    Portishead - Dummy
    Lizzie West - Freedom Songs

    This has got be a record post, started by a banned member.

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    Tour,

    That Coryell disc has some of the best sound on disc in recent memory.(The shimmer of the high hat is as good as it gets IMHO)
    More amazing is that they recorded that in three days I believe.

    David

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    Here birdie, birdie.......
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    Originally posted by RuSsMaN
    Portishead - Dummy
    Russ,

    I've seen several posts regarding Portishead here. Can you tell me a bit about the (style, idiom, genre) of the group. What album would be a good starting point for someone uninitiated?
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    Dummy would be the album to start with, period.

    Vocals, a soft spoken Natalie Merchant meets Suzanne Vega, with a splash of Bjork. The music, a slightly subdued, bass laden trance style, with obvious jazz and funk influences. The recording is nothing short of superb, very polished - but with some very gritty, low-fi sampling (turntables) inserted throughout - but tastefully done.

    It's interesting stuff, to say the least.

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    AC/DC - Back In Black

    Led Zeppelin - III & IV

    Montrose - Montrose

    WHAT?...............I'm sorry I can't hear you very well.

    YES...I WAS PLAYING THEM REAL LOUD!
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    Originally posted by RuSsMaN
    Dummy would be the album to start with, period.
    ... and pretty much stop with. I bought their self titled after falling in love with "Dummy", and it was disappointing...

    Russ gave a very apt description of "Dummy". It will flex your PR's to be sure, and has some nice SDA treats as well...

    BMDP,
    If you like, I can add "Dummy" to the loaner list...

    Dave,
    Gave Larry another spin tonite, and paid a little more attention to detail (as in was not on the computer)... very nicely recorded to be sure.
    Also spun the Stravinsky - Sciabrin disc while prepearing the evening's repast. Had never heard Gergiev and the Kirov S.O. before... nice...

    Tonite mellowed out to a couple Francis Albert disks, "Songs for Swinging Lovers" and "Gold"... doesn't get much better.

    Then a little Tony Bennett, "The Art of Excellence"... very nice...

    Now playing very low we have:
    J.S.Bach, "Sonatas for Flute", Jean-Pierre Rampal/ Trevor Pinnock (Harpsichord)/ Roland Pidoux (Cello)
    Nice old, two-disk issue from CBS Masterworks... great Sunday paper stuff, and not too shabby for the wee hours of Friday either...
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    Richard Pryor Anthology. Disc #1:D :D :D
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    Found Flim and the BB's-"Tricycle" SACD/hybrid today
    on now.
    Next Larry Coryell-"Tricycles" a new pick up also.

    Dave

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    Feeling kinda "horny" today...

    "Soundtrack from the Movie: Round Midnight"
    Good stuff and not a bad movie to boot...

    Blood, Sweat and Tears - "Greatest Hits"

    Dave,
    Cool that "Tricycle" is out in SACD...
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    It's 9:11 AM EST on Sunday morning, and I am listening to that cacophonous jungle of sound known as my wife and two daughters.

    George Grand (of the Jersey Grands)

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    Originally posted by George Grand
    It's 9:11 AM EST on Sunday morning, and I am listening to that cacophonous jungle of sound known as my wife and two daughters.

    George Grand (of the Jersey Grands)


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    Sam Bush - "King Of My World"

    Peter Wolf - "Sleepless"

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    Give it up to Love - Mighty Sam Mcclain

    BDT
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    The Tragically Hip - In Between Evolution

    This is one of their best discs IMO. Effin awesome.
    Graham

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    Just picked up a new ben harper box set:D

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    Smashing Pumpkins - Siamese Dream

    I forgot just how good this album is.

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